The men's team won its 13th title, scoring 71 points. Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference rivals UW-Eau Claire and UW-Whitewater finished second (46 points) and third (42 points), respectively. The women's team won its third title, scoring 73 points. UW-Eau Claire (43 points) finished second, while Washington University (39 points) was third.
Marissa Mahr set a school record en route to winning the 400 meter hurdles (59.95 seconds), breaking Angie Riniker's record of 1:00.68 from 1995. Bria Halama became the first female in school history to win the triple jump competition (12.87 meters), setting a national meet record in the process.
The men's 4x100 meter relay team won the event title with a time of 40.28 seconds, setting a new school record.
There were also a number of close second place finishes for the Eagles. Junior Alex Koenen finished second in the 100 meter dash with a time of 10.27 seconds, three one-hundredths of a second behind Greenville's Bruce Gray. Ross Denman took second in the 400 meter dash finals with a time of 47.18 seconds, just .11 seconds behind Jake Mihelich's winning time of 47.07 seconds. Sean Royer finished second in the 800 meter run with a time of 1:52.89 seconds, just behind Tufts' Mitchell Black at 1:52.57.
The women's title is the first outdoor title for coach Pat Healy. Men's coach Josh Buchholtz wins his second outdoor title and fifth overall.